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pneumonia. pneumonia confirmed, recovering well said her doctor. the remainder of her physical condition normal. >> should i do it? i don't care. should i do it? >> he's a bit overweight at 267. and takes a statten for cholesterol control. leaked e-mails from former secretary of state diagnosed trump as an international disgrace. and powell said of clinton, everything she touches, she kind of screws up with arrogance. why he took so long to weigh in on flint's lead crisis. and a pastor -- house democrats called for a federal investigation of the $25,000 contribution in 2013 to the
campaign of pam bondi, the republican attorney general of florida by the trump foundation. before bondi decided not to siosue trump university for fraud. new york state's attorney general, a democrat is launching and inquiring into the florida contributatioe contribution. police in cumberland county are trying to put a stop to a rash of burglaries targeting landscaping equipment. now investigators want to know who those thieves are who are stealing and selling that equipment. >> reporter: this garage was the latest place too get hit, someone pried the lock off to
get inside. cops say cases like this keep piling up, so they're trying a new tactic to shut them down. >> rig but diane says more than $3,000 worth of tools were stolen in all. >> now we're scared. >> reporter: of the close to 300 burglary cases in vine land so far this year, police say more than a third have involved landscaping equipment. police believe drug adigits are behind the thefts. investigators say they have made a handful of arrests but the crimes continue. so now they're hoping neighbors will help them get a step ahead of the thieves. >> who's out there buying this equipment, who's selling this
equipment. just to try something different. if we can find out who that person is, we can stop that. >> reporter: they want people to be on the lookout for anyone who has a large amount of the equipment or who's trying to sell it at prices that seem too good to be true. they believe the culprits are operating beyond vineland or cumberland county. >> this is multiple jurisdictions. >> i think they should do whatever they can to stop this kifd of stuff, this is our stuff, we bought it. we worked hard for it and we use it all the time and we don't have it. >> police say it's important to keep a detailed list of your equipment, including the manufacturer, model and serial number, that way if it's ever stolen and recovered, it will be easier to return. police are looking for go men who stole a bunch of tools from a budget truck rental store last saturday.
surveillance video captured the suspects moments before they cut the wires to the cameras of the store. now to get inside, police say one of the suspects forced open an office door. three budget trucks will also damaged. to our weather now just about a week to go until the official end of summer. but today we are feeling that record heat in our area, temperatures really soared today so when are things going to cool off in let's get a peek at the forecast to find out. >> we southern to sheena parveen. >> we hit a record high temperature of 92 degrees so this matches an old record high. definitely feeling like summer today, and the average high for today is 79 degrees, so we're well above that it's 90 in allentown right now. dover 91. mt. hollywood 91. 90 in vine land. if you look at your seven-day at
the bottom, you'll notice a big change. this cold front is just off to your north and west. 60s and 70s on the back site of it that cooler air will be here by the time you step outside tomorrow. we're still in the warm sector, the cooler air will get here just in time for your thursday, so you will notice a big difference in the air masses outside. right now we we're getting some rain and a few showers right around the poconos, some models are showing some of these showers moving into the lehigh valley, maybe our pennsylvania suburbs, not going to be a big deal, but as it does move through, things will start to cool down, we'll look more at the cooldown in the forecasts and showers and storms for part of your week. a 5-year-old boy is dead and his sister is seriously injured after their car swerved off the road in the lehigh valley during
a family road. that accident happened ovrm on interstate 78, the family was driving up from south carolina back to their home in new jersey when their nissan hit the guardrail. family members say 5-year-old ravon robinson was thrown from the vehicle and died. his 2-year-old sister was also seriously hurt. police say they found open containers of alcohol inside the car and are waiting on toxicology tests before filing any charges. >> there were open alcoholic containers in the car, it's under investigation as far as who was drinking. >> reporter: two other drivers were also hurt when they rear ended the disabled vehicle. we're learning more tonight about a woman who was shot in the driveway of her lehigh county home. 46-year-old stephanie roof was shot in her home. the county coroner ruled roof's death a homicide, so far no
one's in custody. some incredible video to show you from south jersey cell phone video right here of a shore home going up in flames in atlantic city. it happened? morning on south dover avenue. we spoke to the fire department, they tell us no one was hurt here. they're still trying to figure out how that fire started. fire rips through the nearly century olds place of worship. firefighters were able to save the structure, but the inside is almost a total loss. despite the heavy damage, the pastor's grandson says they're optimistic for the future. >> we're just going to get ourselves together, call our members in and we're just going to work and make it happen. >> fortunately no one was hurt here, the cause as we said still under investigation. commuters using martin luther king drive may have to find another way to get where
they need to go in the next few days, the philadelphia water department doing work along the schuylkill. the closures are in effect from 9:30 until 3:30 from now until friday. radner police were at a local elementary school today after a bear sighting caused a lockdown yesterday. they want to be extra cautious today, a black bear was spotted here yesterday and that the an mall charged at a motorcycle officer. all right, take a look at this, as a man uses a crowbar to force open an atm inside the a & d grocery. police say all tipps will be handled confidentially. a new law in delaware aims
to trace guns used by criminals. the governor signed a bill that requires information about fire arms and other ed to be put into several national databases. it also sets a protocol throughout the states about how guns are handled related to evidence. that so-called soda tax that's supposed to take effect in january, the soda tax duplicates the state's sales tax, they also say it's based on the size not price. coming up on nbc 10 news at 5:00, a road that connects two local communities has been dealing with closures for over a year due to mud slides. a shocking discovery at one new jersey school. we'll tell you what was found in
one kindergarten classroom. plus a surprise on capitol hill, we'll tell you why kaitlin jenner was talking to members of congress. big
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trail tomorrow. he also said there's nothing unusual about her illness, although he created some confusion when he said she was suffering from the flu. >> it's a crazy time we live in when somebody thinks it's crazy that somebody gets the flu. >> campaign staffers say he meant knpneumonia which his wif was diagnosed with on monday. >> chelsea clinton described her mom as the only real candidate with real policies and experience to handle the job of being president. and republicans gathered in new hampshire this morning for a unity breakfast following that state's primary. >> new jersey governor chris christie was among the speakers and he said that unity especially in new hampshire is important to get donald trump elected as the next president. >> i was committed as candidate
for president and today i'm committed to one goal, to make sure that hillary clinton never gets within ten miles of the white house. >> melania trump said today that she worked in the u.s. legally. >> in a letter, the lawyer claims to have reviewed the foreign born model's immigration paper work, she says that trump worked under an h1b visa. >> new hillary clinton campaign ad is focusing on a bold statement made by donald trump. >> our partners at fact check.org says the ad is twisting donald trump's words. >> which is why i alone can fix it. >> really? i alone can fix it? >> five words spoken by donald
trump at the republican national convention in july, are a regular feature in hillary clinton's campaign speeches and now the center of a 30-second campaign ad. >> donald trump says he alone can fix the country. >> the democratic candidate is misrepresenting the quote. >> she's twisting trump's words a bit. he said that as an outsider he alone could fix what is a rigged political system. but he said he would work with others on terrorism on the economy and other things. >> trump talking jobs on is campaign trail and said during a nationally televised interview. the percentage of people working two jobs now is lower than when president obama signed the affordable care act. trump also repeated claims he's made several times on the campaign trail that people are
working harder and wages are down compared to 18 years ago. >> average inflation judgments. >> fact check.org says that's hard to measure, however the workweek americans is nearly an our shorter than it was 18 years ago. >> well, a surprise caitlyn jenner appearance on capitol hill today, she walked into a meeting with south florida congresswoman illiana ross, it was one of -- she's in d.c. trying to raise awareness for lgbtq issues within the gop. the congresswoman's son is transgender. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, there it is, tropical storm julia spinning off florida's east coast and off the
coast of south carolina. these pictures are from jacksonville where they're dealing with 40-mile-per-hour winds, four to six inches of rain expected there. we do not have to worry about julia, it's going to stay to our south and then eventually fizzle out. we're just watching some cooler air moving in right now. so in fact we're going to have some really nice changes from today through tomorrow. hot temperatures tied, this is a live look out in chester county. beautiful skies there, clear skies with temperatures that feel like summer, but tomorrow, it's going to get a lot cooler. 92 in philadelphia. 92 in wilmington, 90 for south jersey areas, we'll take a look at those lehigh valley areas, 90 in redding, if you're in allentown, you're at 87 degrees. we do have some 90s, bethlehem and white hall township coming
in at 92 degrees. we have some rain just on the doorstep in areas there. mostly near the poconos, the rain you see, that's part of a cold front. and that cold front is going to give us a cooldown. now we'll zoom into the poconos, there you see a line of showers, some thunderstorm activity earlier today. and some of these could make their way into the lehigh valley. it's not going to be a big deal. but don't be surprised if in the next several hours if you're in the lehigh valley. there's the cold front behind it. the cooler air from canada will be moving in tomorrow. and down to our south, the video that we just showed you tropical storm julia, is going to stay to our south. so for us locally, the only chance of a few showers tonight, maybe some spotty showers north and west. 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, that cold front still making its way
through. and sunny for friday, and in fact friday, it's going to be a really nice day too, feeling like fall, nice and dry, saturday looks dry too. we're going to stay dry, but the rain starts to approach from the west and that rain will be here as we go into your sunday. half of the week will be dry. take a look at tomorrow's high temperature, though, big difference from today, 79 for the high in relating, 76 for bethlehem, nice and sunny, low humidity, 77 phoenixville and west chester, if you're in the fim area, expect temperatures in the upper 70s, 78 fair mount, and if you're in new jersey, 77 degrees, in haddenfield. for delaware, if you're in wilmington, 78 degrees. and your weekend forecast for friday, upper 70s still, really
nice end to the week, go into the weekend, mid to low 80s. a really nice saturday too. going into sunday, that's when we'll see our next chance of rain. scattered showers and storms. you'll want to keep your umbrella with you and make sure you check our nbc 10 app to see where those showers are. we'll take a closer look at the cooldown in your neighborhood coming up. a local athlete continues to shine off the field. >> i am jon dorenbos, peace out, ladies and gentlemen. >> the magic man makes his final pitch for votes on "america's got talent". can he take home the top prize? plus a different kind of uber ride is available for riders in one part of pennsylvania. we'll tell you what's so dimpl about cars. narrator: terrorism here at home.
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mark zuckerberg has sold nearly $300 million in stock over the past few months. he has promised to give away 90% of his facebook stock to chairities. check out this sign former philly catcher carlos reed thanking the fans during his time the team. i loved playing for you, you will always be in my heart. so a disturbing find inside a new jersey school. >> and it landed one boy in the hospital. coming up in our next half hour, we'll show you what was found inside one kindergarten student's lunch box, that's ahead.
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wall street, not pennsylvania. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. . a 5-year-old kindergarten student and a lunch box and a pack of heroin. >> the boy was hospitalized on monday. live outside the school with the latest on the investigation. also reaction from other parent. >> reporter: i can tell you that parents are shocked and in their words livid about these packets of heroin inside a kindergarten
child's lunch box, but they say they're even more furious that the school waited 48 hours to officially notify them. andrea ford's daughter and neese both attend the international charter academy elementary, with word today that a kindergarten boy was found with heroin in his lunch box. >> they should take all lunch boxes, just so every kid is safe. >> reporter: police say a teacher witnessed the boy playing what was believed to be a white candy wrapper. >> we beliecooper hospital toxi and emergency room doctor says
ingested the consequences for childrens ages 5 to 6 could be life threatening. >> one child had a packet or so, likely to give it to the other kids. >> the boy was rushed to the hospital by an ambulance, we're told he tested negative for any drugs and trenton police have yet to charge anyone related to him. >> i don't know if i'm going to transfer him out of this school, but i do want to keep him here, but we need to know the day something happens not the next day or the day after. >> this is not a school issue, this is a societal issue. >> and that grand father truly believes that perhaps this incident saved that little boy's life because new jersey's youth and family services is now investigating the case. the little boy with the lunch box has yet to return to school. police in cumberland county decide to put a stop to a rash
of burglaries, tools are being take from sheds and garages from vine land and now police are hoping that neighbors will help them move ahead of the thieves. police are waiting on toxicology results before timing any possible charges on a deadly accident in north hampton county. little ravon robinson died when he was thrown there the car. a lawsuit was filed today challenging philadelphia's soda tax that's supposed to take effect january, the american beverage association and others say the tax duplicates the state's sales tax, they also say it unfairly taxes drinks based on their size not price. a live look at boathouse row where temperatures soared today to record legals. when will things cool off? let's get a quick check of the
forecast. >> here's nbc 10 first alert meteorologist sheena parveen. >> today is really the only day we're going to be in the 90s after this. but now it's going to feel like as we go into friday. we actually matched the record in pennsylvania p. if you're in the lehigh valley, you're around 90 degrees. and wilmington, 92. in the lehigh valley, we're seeing the approach of a cold front. 90 westbound, brewery town coming in, 93 degrees, society hill 894, summerton 9. so today, definitely feels lying summer. your seven-day is at the bottom of the screen. you'll notice a change in our temperatures as we go through the weekend. it's all because of that cold
front right there. it's going to drop us down into the 70s as we go into tomorrow for an afternoon high. it's going to feel very different tomorrow. we do have some showers and thunderstorms closer to the poconos, and some of these, i think could be moving into the lehigh valley, possibly the pennsylvania suburbs. we'll keep an eye on these for the most part, the rest of the area staying dry as we go through tonight, and those big changes to our temperatures tomorrow and even part of your weekend. i'll show you the timing on that coming up. to decision 2016, the trump campaign stepping up it's presence in western pennsylvania today. donald trump jr. opening up a trump-pence office. trump trails clinton in the latest nbc news poll monk pennsylvania voters. a working breakfast in south
phil morning, afl/cio breakfast in south philadelphia. one of several battleground state stops for donald trump in the coming weeks. the race to fill delaware's lone seat in the house of representatives, if elected in no, the former state labor secretary would be both the first woman and african-american from delaware to hold a seat in congress. she'll face air force vet and aviation instructor hans regal. >> and supporting the paycheck fairness act to other bills that are in congress. >> also our state senate and state house right here in dover and our governor ship have all been one party for a long time. >> delaware congressman john
carney is leading the delaware house at the end of his term. big nice from the nfl today as they pledge $100 million to player safety. commission anywhere roger goodell says the goal is to research, diagnose and treat head injuries. >> we are here with our eagles players correspondent malcolm jenkins, he joins us every weekend and $100 million for player safety trying to prevent concussions and try to get the overall impression that football is safe ore can be safe. what do you think about this move by the nfl? >> i thought they had already done this, but i think obviously player safety is a huge issue and a concern not object on our level, but colleges and high
schools as well. >> i know a lot of parents say i don't know if i want my kid playing football. do you think this is a way to help that perception making football safer so that kids play football and continue to play football? >> i'm here, half the things that the nfl does is for the pr and for the public perception. but i do think there are some -- there's a realty that, you know, for our game to survive, you've -- people have got to feel good about playing it. >> final question, they're also talking about designing helmets for different positions because obviously some positions are t getting hit more. how important do you think that is? >> i think it's important to despite what is needed for the different positions, but i think the helmets, we have heard a lot about the research but haven't really seen the fruits in our locker rooms.
the first woman and african-american was sworn in today as the 14th librarian of congress. the long time ceo o baltimore library system. she was nominated last year by president obama and confirmed by the senate. when she took her oath today, her hand was abraham lincoln's bible, part of the library's collection. major shaun can bell was
killed when two helicopters crashed during a training exercise in hawaii. after his death, a blue star mother made a special dog tag necklace for campbell's mother. it somehow got lost, that is until tuesday when someone found the necklace at a car wash. >> i'm very rarely speechless. and sometimes i go on too much. but it's overwhelming, thank you so much. >> the man who found them says he was just determined to locate the mother of the soldier. >> another magical moment for an eagles player. if you missed jon dorenbos's last trick on america's got talent, we'll show you some of what you missed. . and today we hit the 90s, tomorrow, though, we have a cold
eisley sleeve. >> tonight's big finale, and that's where nbc 10's jacqueline london is live again this evening. >> and jacqueline, we're just hours from learning if dorenbos is the winner. >> i know, and he's here with us. how are you feeling? >> this is awesome, i have never been more proud of a performance after last night. win or lose, i hope americaliked it, philly, i hope you liked it. >> how did you feel during that performance? it was so moving, i can't imagine. we know you're on the gridiron these big shows, but how different was this? >> i was nerve's in rehearsal, but i kind of felt like i got in the zone, and i had a lot of fun. it was cool to open upd and it was really the first time on this national stage that i showed people what was magic to me. it was really cool, i hope you
guys dug it. >> everyone was moved by it. i'm almost surprised that you didn't come to hears during the performance yourself because everyone in that theater was touched. but you transcended the television screen with what you did last night. >> and you know what? good. because you know when you're put on a platform this, you have a chance to make a difference, and if you can do that, then i think you have the responsibility to do that and entertain at the same time. i have had a chance to watch garth brooks and jason aldean, and when they do a song, they're so into sit. >> how difficult was it to come up with that performance last night? >> you know what? i just sat at the table a couple of weeks ago and i was shuffling and these things just came to me. this guy dr. phil -- kevin, you know i love you, he talks to me
and he helps me find happiness. and he's incorporated it through magic, and it just came to me and i said let's rock and roll, and you know, do or die, i'm going to do this routine and see how it goes. >> regardless of the outcome tonight, where do you see you future? >> i don't know. i never thought i would really make it this far. but i hoped i would. i'm going to put one foot in front of the other, and i'm going to keep on keeping on. that's my slogan, stay ready so you never got to get ready. and we'll see what happens. and more of my future is, hopefully we get a win in chicago on monday night. >> yeah, against the bears. >> you have even talked about broadway and the possibility of a one-man show? >> that would be really cool. i don't know if that's the right avenue, it's vegas, whether it's broadway, or the corporate speaking circuit.
i'm open to whatever. i have never had to pick, i hope i keep it that way, it's been the perfect balance to my life and we'll see where it goes. >> the opportunities are endless, not just with madness, i voted as many times as i could, i know you did out there as well in philly, so best of luck tonight. live from the red carpet of america's got talent. jacqueline london nbc news. >> he is the man and just to clarify, jackie, people could vote ten times, that was okay. and that was legal. when you say you voted as many times as you did. >> absolutely, even actually up to 40 times because there are four different platforms of which you can vote, so the possibility is up to 40 times you could have voted ten on each different platform. >> and obviously i know you guys did that so thank you.
>> we did, yes. >> absolutely, 10 times each platform. thanks to both of you. we're glad that above all the trick went well last night, in front of millions of people. >> and tunie in for the time results of america's got talent. then look for more live reports from jacqueline london tonight at 11:00 p.m. to last february's super bowl, she sang "the star spangled banner." ♪ of the brave >> and she was pretty amazing. this season, lady gaga may be the -- the 30-year-old singer is in talks with the nfl about performing at informal stadium in houston in february.
your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> feels like summer today, temperatures were still in the low 90s, it's 92 in philadelphia, that's a record high. pennsylvania suburbs and in south jersey our temperatures are right around 90 degrees right now. so a hot day through the area, 92 vorhees, 89, burlington hills, 90 degrees. hamilton township. tomorrow we have some big changes on the way, but until we get there, the rest of your evening, it's going to be fairly warm. so that was a record high today in philadelphia, tomorrow, look at that, 78 degrees, that's a high temperature for thursday, by friday, 79, thars the normal high this time of the year. and near the weekend, back into the mid to 80s. tomorrow cooler temperatures, very different than today. take a look at what you can expect in your neighborhood. fairmount 78 degrees.
robbinsville, new jersey, 77 degrees. dover, 77 degrees, with low humidity, plenty of sunshine, even friday will be a lot like tomorrow. then we go into your weekend, scattered showers and thunderstorms possible. most of the area right now is dry, but we are looking at a few showers trying to move in, this is all part of the cold front that's approaching, it's all part of that weather system that's going to cool us down for tomorrow. parts of lehigh and lehigh valley and into the poconos, so we'll be watching these closely as we go through tonight. not everyone's going to see the rain. there's the cold front to our north ampknd west, the cool fro is behind it. there you see it, the low 90s currently, as we zoom out, that's the warm side of that wam front. look at how close that front is, and look at these temperatures on the backside of it. 60s and 70s will be moving
through tonight and cooling us off tomorrow. again not everybody, but we could see them, areas north and west, tomorrow looks good, friday looking good. nice and sunny, then we go into your weekend, we have some rain approaching, saturday we do stay dry, but that range off to our west. friday, another beautiful day dry, low humidity. and then by sunday, scattered showers and thunderstorms, more details on this coming up at 6:00. >> lester holt meantime joining us now from the nbc studios in new york. >> hey, lester. >> hi, jim and denise, we have late details of hillary clinton and donald trump as they release more about their health this afternoon. the latest on the tropical threat in the southeast. and finding breast cancers that mammograms often can't find. we'll have more on that for nbc "nightly news."
a road that connects two local communities has been dealing with closures for more than a year. >> it's all due to a mudslide and you'll see what you can do to resolve the problem that's making life miserable for residents in several neighborhoods. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald
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more than a year after a mudslides watched out a montgomery county road. residents are still dealing with headaches. the road shut down has increased traffic in their neighborhoods and there's no hope in sight, thanks to a legal mess, complicated by a property owner who passed away. >> reporter: jim, welcome to dehead dehaven street. most people using their phones to try and figure out a way around this closed road. >> if you want to take a walk with your child or ride a bike with your child, it's not going to happen. >> ruined the quality of my life. >> reporter: when you talk to people who live on dehaven street, they all have their
complaints, no parking, cars and property damage. >> but the issue brings bob stevens to tears. >> we're up to over 1,000 cars a day monday through friday on a road that goes from, what, 17 fe feet to 22 feet. >> steven's problem is not that the street is too small, it's that a larger street nearby closed a year ago. trying to reopen the street is the problem. it's caught in a legal mess. there's a collapsing property and anner who died. >> we live in upper marion township. but we border west county. >> in june of 2015, the property union hill road began crumbling,
collapsing, it can't be moved off the street. if it fixes the damage then taxpayers are now responsible for the hill's entire upkeep, and that's muff ee's money the doesn't have. the legal fight is not much comfort to stevens and his neighbors, they don't even live in that county. their street is in upper marion and it's hands are tied too. >> it's been absolutely terrible for over a year now. nobody really steeems to care that's in charge. >> reporter: and we reached out to a number of people who say they do care, but this is now a matter for the courts to decide. from a state senator's office to two different town ships to two solicitors, they all say they're trying to fix the problem, in fact they're planning to meet tomorrow with penn dot officials to come up with a solution. right now we continue to
follow breaking news in decision 2016, just minutes ago, we learned about hillary clinton's checkup from the doctor, also more about her medical records, plus what donald trump told dr. oz. >> also ahead, the nbc 10 investigators uncover outside influence and pennsylvania's race for u.s. senate. we expose how much it's costing to influence your election. and check out the dark clouds behind me, they're rolling through allentown now. will it be cooler tomorrow? that's next on nbc 10 news at 6:00.
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dollars in campaign contributions. tax breaks for them. campaign contributions for him. pat toomey. he's helping big oil polluters and millionaires.
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of this advertising. hillary's help, breaking news about the presidential nominee's medical records. a young child killed tonight. what police found inside the car. taxi troubles. tonight the rough ride uber x has dealt to the cab industry. breaking at 6:00, how healthy are the presidential candidates? both clinton and trump revealing new information about their medical records. good evening, everyone, i'm jim rosenfield, we begin with that breaking news tonight in decision 2016. hillary clinton and donald trump both revealing a little more about their help. denise joins us life from the
breaking news center. >> reporter: about an hour ago, the hillary clinton campaign released the latest information about how she's feeling right now and her test results from today. this is video from sunday when clinton stumbled leaving an event in new york city early after not feeling well. it turns out friday, clinton had a chest ct scan, it revealed she had a small right middle lobe pneumonia, it's the pabacterial type and not contagious. her records also reveal the presidential nominee reminds on thyroid medicines and blood thinners. her doctor says she is recovering well. hillary clinton will be back on the campaign trail tomorrow. and bill clinton says that she's feeling great. and this morning, donald trump sat down for a